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- adj. comparative form of draggy: more draggy
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There's nothing else as punchy as "King of Anything," especially on the disc's draggier second half, which finds Bareilles settling down to the making of conventional sad-girl-type ballads familiar to anyone who has ever attended Lilith Fair.
Touring bassist Dave Pajo the former Slint guitarist animated even the draggier songs, and the interplay of his booming patterns and Kessler's roiling guitar was worthy of Interpol's classic punk-meets-disco models.
But thank your lucky stars, because tonight TV gets gayer and draggier — and RuPaul reemerges!
While it avoids some of the ponderous over-stylization that made Babel Tower draggier than its predecessors, I found it disappointing as a conclusion to the series.